Fleio 2022.09.0 is now available in beta and you can test it in your staging environment, since this is not recommended for production.

You can read more about our release model here.

Billing for load balancers

In the latest release we worked on adding load balancers to the Fleio billing system. With this iteration, you will be able to create pricing rules based on existence or based on the number of the amphorae instances.

Choosing “existence” will define price per load balancer (only load balancers with at least one amphora instance are considered).

Choosing “amphora_instance_count” means billing is based on how many amphora instances exist for the related load balancer at a time.

As for filters/modifiers, you will be able to use the Region or the Amphorae instance count attributes.

Fleio reconfigure command

In the latest release, we also worked on adding a new command to fleio, which will allow you to easily reconfigure Fleio. This command comes in handy when you want to change the URL on which Fleio is accessible, or when you want to switch from NON-SSL (http://) to SSL (https://).

Note that these changes usually requires a license reset and you will be informed if this is required when you run the fleio reconfigure command.

Pricing rules filters for custom metrics

In the 2022.09 release we also added an improvement to the pricing rules, which will now allow you to configure filters to custom metrics.

In a future release we will also add modifiers to these type of pricing rules.

Yearly revenue report

In the latest release we also worked on adding a new report: Yearly revenue report.

You can access this report from Staff panel, by accessing the Utilities -> Reports menu and you can export it to a .csv file

Fleio is now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9

With the latest release, we also added RHEL 9 to the supported operating systems list. As a reminder, Fleio can be installed on Ubuntu 18.04/20.04/22.04, Debian 11, CentOS 8, and, with 2022.09.0, you can also install Fleio on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.

Keep in mind that in order to upgrade Fleio to the latest version you need to follow this guide.

We’ll talk about some of the other features in the stable release, 2022.09.1, which should be out in about one week.

In the meanwhile, see a complete list of changes in the 2022.09.0 changelog.